When a client wants to make minor adjustments to a template (color change, text change) and create a second very similar end product, he needs a new licence, right?
What if the client wants the author to customize the template beyond the basics (not just replacements but creation of new design) and then he wants to produce by himself the video in different colors and texts?
I’m in this dilemma because i’m charging extra the customization and then i have to tell him, that for every change/different render he needs to buy a new licence, even if he already purchased a regular licence and i extra charged him for the customization. I feel a bit awkward on this..
Thank you in advance, Bogz
Rejection is part of life.. it makes us stronger or weaker, depending on the point of view we have!
By the way.. your Avatar image is very much alike with one of the Top Authors here.. maybe it’s just a coincidence but if not i don’t think this is a good way to start on vh.
yeah i think so too. The thing is.. is this technically possible?
p.s. also this could improve the rating system in the long run because clients will have to go there to take the item purchase code so they will learn firstly that rating exists and secondly how easy is to do it.
In the Add ons category i recently found that when you are installing a script you need a unique Item Purchase Code in order the script to load and work. This can be downloaded with the licence of the item.
Wouldn’t be wonderful if this kind of thing could implemented in After effects project files? I think this is a very good safeguard to reduce the pirate files floating on the web.
nice tele lens. (can you share the lens you used?). Good colors. Some HDR technique would be better though (for the buildings). The jumps i guess are from the low res clip? The only questionable problem for me.. is the compositing of the frame. I would cut the lake/river and would give some more “air” on the top or open a bit the frame. Cutting the tops of the buildings isn’t considered as a good composite (personal opinion). The “lack of motion” answer is not a good excuse for rejecting. Cheers.
as Felt tips said the render time will increase significantly.. none the less if it’s necessary for your project, i would recommend to upload it in 8bpc for faster previews and explain in your tutorial how to change in 32bpc before render and why it’s mandatory for the specific item. That’s what i did in a item of mine a while back and never had problem with rejection neither customer complaints.